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How has “Every Single Day” changed your life?

How has “Every Single Day” changed your life?
This entry is part 18 of 24 in the series Every Single Day

Is there something that you do “Every Single Day” that has changed who you are?

I’d like to talk to you.

I’m looking for interviewees for my”Every Single Day” book. Could it be you?

In case we haven’t met, my name is Bradley Charbonneau and I’m writing a book called “Every Single Day.” My story is that I’ve been writing every day without fail since Nov. 1, 2012.

Just to keep this brief, it has changed my life, my work, even where I live, and I can truly say it has changed who I am. If you have an experience along those lines, I’d love to talk with you to share your experiences in the book.

Please answer the form through the link below to see if you “qualify.” Although I think most stories of transformation are interesting, I’m looking for people who have made it part of their daily lives. I don’t want to hear as much about how you lost 30 pounds in 30 days (and then went back to eating chicken fingers), but more how you lost 30 pounds which triggered a change of a daily habit of, oh, I don’t know, walking every day. Now you walk every single day, without fail, because not only did it help you lose weight, but it clears your mind, maybe it’s your version of meditation, it’s helped you with your business and your relationship. In other words, I don’t care so much about the destination, I’m more interested in the journey.

But it doesn’t have to be earth shattering–only YOU shattering. I want to see change, lasting change, change that came from the change of a single daily habit. Something that you started to do Every Single Day and are still doing. Something you wouldn’t give up, couldn’t give up, even can’t give up. It’s become something of an addiction.

Fill out the form and let’s talk. Thanks for stopping by!

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Can you see the changing going on here? Sometimes you have to look a little more closely.

Can you see the changing going on here? Sometimes you have to look a little more closely.

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Bradley

I don't like to call them excuses. They're priorities. With a handful of exceptions, we usually have a choice in our actions. They just need to be prioritized.

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